Cameron boldly goes where Boris has gone before: Letterman
DAVID CAMERON'S decision to appear on the long-running US TV programme the Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday night is being hailed as a brave and somewhat foolhardy move by commentators in the UK.
Cameron will be in New York to attend the 67th general assembly of the United Nations. A No 10 statement said the PM is taking time out from "a busy schedule of bilaterals and diplomatic work" to be grilled by the veteran chat-show host Letterman, 65.
The CBS show, which is taped at the Ed Sullivan Theater in central Manhattan, is in its 19th year and regularly attracts an audience in excess of three million viewers.
Cameron hopes to send a message to that large viewership.... read more
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